Education research & policy
We support research into science and mathematics education and produce policy reports.
The work complements the Royal Society's other policy projects and is supported through our links with schools in the Associate Schools & Colleges and Partnership Grants schemes.
This is a list of our current policy projects. See all our past education policy reports here.
A set of principles and responsibilities for students, supervisory teams, careers and training services and HEIs, to help ensure that PhD students’ career expectations are clearly understood and managed.
An ambitious project to set out a vision for how the UK can develop an inspiring and high performing science and mathematics education system over the next 15-20 years.
This is a list of our past policy projects.
An 18-month project looking at the way that computing is taught in schools, with support from 24 organisations from across the computing community including learned societies, professional bodies, universities, and industry.
A four year investigation into science and mathematics education in the United Kingdom, covering 5-19 education and the teaching workforce, completed in February 2011.
The Royal Society responds to some consultations on science and mathematics education as part of our role in providing independent advice to government and other organisations. See our consultation responses here.